cjet 0.8.9-4 source package in Ubuntu


cjet (0.8.9-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Drop cjet transitional package which reached stable
  * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.5 without changes needed

 -- Didier Raboud <email address hidden>  Fri, 29 Nov 2013 12:08:39 +0100

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cjet_0.8.9-4.dsc 1.7 KiB 10213c5ebf4ac7a2e638aafadbcb3e2f5f484fbe9e441115363d176fe2d1c392
cjet_0.8.9.orig.tar.gz 49.2 KiB c99e833eb7083bc7861166ef97830306605e281f251f85bb63b9496300625f87
cjet_0.8.9-4.debian.tar.gz 3.8 KiB 259981cf54192feecc7c3d124ec5f19e978339a48da9d97b3ee2ca357c63cf5c

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printer-driver-cjet: printer driver for Canon LBP laser printers

 CJET filters printer data from stdin to stdout, converting HP PCL
 (Printer Command Language) escape sequences and data structures,
 e.g. font headers, to their CaPSL equivalents.
 CaPSL stands for Canon Printing System Language. It is a set of
 control command developed for the Canon European Language Printer.
 CaPSL was used in Canon Export Models such as LBP-8markIII series and
 LBP-4series. Canon's older Japanese models (LBP-A404 GII etc. LIPS-III
 as default command) usually have CaPSL emulation mode.